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Latest update : 2013-03-20

Iraq, ten years later... (part 2)

The weapons of mass destruction that weren't, daily sectarian violence that endures and US public opinion that's lost its stomach for foreign intervention: François Picard's panel looks at how nonetheless the legacy of the 2003 U.S.-led invasion of Iraq could still morph over time.

  • Myriam BENRAAD, Iraq researcher at French political science Institute Sciences Po;
  • Hilal AL ABIDI, Iraqi writer;
  • Lucas MENGET, Senior Producer, French all-news channel I-Télé;
  • Prashant RAO, Iraq Bureau Chief, Agence France-Presse (from Baghdad);
  • Charles DUNNE, Director of Middle East and North Africa programs at Freedom House; Former National Security Advisor under George W. Bush (from Washington, DC).

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Produced by Christopher Davis, Mark Thompson, Anelise Borges

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2016-08-29 Colombia

Colombia's Path to Peace: Can historic deal with FARC rebels work? (part 1)

Have the guns gone silent for good in Colombia, or is it too soon to celebrate the end of Latin America's longest conflict? The government deal with the FARC in Havana was hailed...

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2016-08-29 guerrilla

Colombia's Path to Peace: Can historic deal with FARC rebels work? (part 2)

Have the guns gone silent for good in Colombia, or is it too soon to celebrate the end of Latin America's longest conflict? The government deal with the FARC in Havana was hailed...

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2016-08-25 Burqa

France's Burkini Ban: Identity politics go to the beach (part 1)

Identity politics have hit the beach this summer. After burkini bans in seaside resorts, France's highest administrative chamber is hearing arguments against the measures. But...

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2016-08-25 Burqa

France's Burkini Ban: Identity politics go to the beach (part 2)

Identity politics have hit the beach this summer. After burkini bans in seaside resorts, France's highest administrative chamber is hearing arguments against the measures. But...

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2016-08-24 Syria

Biden in Turkey: NATO allies at odds over Syria Kurds, exiled cleric (part 1)

When the Joe Biden landed in Ankara, it was the deputy mayor who went to greet him, a glaring protocol snub to express Turkey's displeasure over American refusal to extradite...

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